If there was ever a chance for Khamzat Chimaev to make a push towards the top of the UFC’s welterweight division, now is the time.
If you’re a North American-based UFC fan, you’ll have to clear out your Saturday afternoon if you want to watch UFC 267.
As UFC events return to full-capacity arenas across the country, excitement is starting to build around what the promotion will do next.
“The Eagle” will go down as one of the UFC’s true greats, and there will never be another Khabib Nurmagomedov.
Between a highly-anticipated main event, and some massive bouts in the middleweight and heavyweight divisions, UFC 254 brings loads of variety that could make it one of the year’s biggest and best cards.
While the chances may be slim in some fans’ eyes, could Justin Gaethje defeat Khabib Nurmagomedov and give the champion his first loss at UFC 254?
One month after one of the biggest main events in MMA history, the UFC is keeping the stakes high as they head back to Fight Island for UFC 253.
Whether you’re a seasoned veteran, new to the fight game, or picking the perfect time to get into the sport, here’s a guide for anyone looking to buy UFC 251 on ESPN+.
There are obstacles that Usman, Masvidal and the UFC have to clear before the two welterweight stars step inside the Octagon for a big-time title fight.
Why would a sport that places a major emphasis on crowd reactions and what fans want to see be better off without fans in attendance, you may ask? There are a few factors at play to consider to understand the whole picture.
For those interested in watching UFC 251, we have answers to some key questions before the event rolls around this summer.